Magnificent Acreage Rare Find, Says Agent

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Magnificent Acreage Rare Find, Says Agent


location: 209--255 Blackall Range Rd, West Woombye

features: 18.79 ha

agent: Gary Blake, of Woombye Real Estateinspect: By appointment

MY PICK: Flood free and featuring a flat, elevated plateau taking advantage of northern views, 209-255 Blackall Range Rd, West Woombye, is perfectly situated to catch the cool breezes. As well as an original 1940s farm cottage in need of renovation, there are several building sites on the property along with large packing and machinery sheds.

A tree preservation area of 21 acres consists of large native hardwoods, rainforest, native flora and fauna, creating a buffer zone to provide privacy and tranquillity.

The property is well situated just five kilometres from the large, major, regional hinterland centre, hospitals, schools and banks and only three kilometres from a major rail line and village with all amenities.

What is hot right now? We are meeting with strong inquiry for houses listed for sale at $350,000 or less as well as level land on the market for under $200,000. Units sub $190,000 are in big demand for investors. Houses on acreage that are close to services are in big demand by young families.

Prediction for 2014? Having been in the real estate industry for 27 years I have seen many downturns and the upswings over the years and now consider real estate to be on the move again. I am pleased with the level of inquiry we are receiving from genuine buyers and am currently seeing a lot of movement on lower-priced properties. Once they are sold, the market moves to the higher priced properties which then become the cheaper properties available to buy. …

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